Visa information, Countries Know how’s and other details summarized for your better understanding about Study in Poland


Poland is a land of diversity opportunity and culture. To live in a different country with different geography and culture one has to adapt to major climate, cultural changes. To help you adapt to Poland, We have accumulated some points to give a brief know how about living in Poland:

Poland is a large country in Central europe . It has a long coastline of Baltic Sea and shares it’s border by Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia, and Ukraine.

Nowadays, Poland is a democratic country with a stable, robust economy, a member of NATO since 1999 and the European Union since 2004.

PEOPLE OF POLAND are almost 38,622,000 in number .Polish is the largest race in this country. Other minority groups are German, Ukrainian, Belarusian.

Polish is the official language of the country.


  • Continental; Moderate, Changeable weather.
  • Average temperatures:
    • January
    • On the coast and the West from 0 to -1°C
    • North-East from – 4,5°C to – 5,5°C
    • in the mountains (South) – 7°C
    • July:
    • on the coast 16,5°C
    • in the South 19°C

  • Passport (must be valid for 3 months after planned departure from Poland).
  • One passport-size photo.
  • Completed application form.
  • Evidence of immigration status in country of residence, endorsed in current or previous passport (if applicable).
  • Fee, payable by cash/postal order.
  • Accommodation booking or invitation from friends or family in Poland.
  • An official letter from a college or university
  • Transport documentation, such as a rail or aeroplane ticket.

Applications submitted without these requirements will not be considered by the Consular offices and will be returned to the applicant. Holders of Polish visa are still subject to immigration control at the Polish border and are not guaranteed entry. All visitors must possess sufficient funds to cover the cost of their stay.